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Oct 14, 2012 5:30am PDT
in law. where we are cutting defense. where we are cutting things like biomedical research with an ax. it makes absolutely no sense. no person who thought about some of these thing thes would agree wit. but that's exactly where we are. >> one thing i think the president has been unable to do is lead these two groups together. because you can't constantly sit there and watch everybody fighting. what about all of the people who are hanging in the balance? >> i asked the president about this. he says -- he blames the republicans and so forth. >> and they blame him. >> and there's blame to go around. there's no question. but this is so important. this is like fighting the war. you need bipartisan approach and fighting a war is painful and expensive. and doing these things will be painful. you asked the right question about the average person out there who has a house, investments, a bank account, anything of value is all put in jeopardy because we can't bring some order to the federal house of our money. and it's troubling and sad. >> when i speak to ceos they tell me they are invited to
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